Outdoor shinny on a winter afternoon, early mornings with cold coffee at the community rink and pick-up games in the neighbourhood cul-de-sac. Few things are as prominently Canadian as hockey. In addition to the important place it holds in Canadian society, however, a new public opinion survey also finds a
Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole’s mid-April announcement of a new carbon pricing plan surprised many Canadians, including, reportedly, some members of his own party. The move was designed – among other things – to grow the party’s vote base, especially among swing voters who consistently name climate change as a top
Canada’s Index of Consumer Confidence (ICC) fell 6.8 points in April to 98.4 (2014 = 100), the first drop in the past six months. Pessimism intensified on all four survey questions. As COVID-19 cases have soared recently, several regions across Canada implemented another round of strict lockdown measures in April.